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    Anyone who would letterspace blackletter would steal sheep

    rederic W. Goudy, one of the most popular and prolic Amer-ican type designers, was born in March 1865 in Springeld, Illinois. He produced his rst typeface design in 1896, a display face called Camelot. He sold the rst set of letters for $10 to the Dickinson Type Found-

    ry. He would go on to create a total of 124 dierent type faces. In 1897 Goudy married a bookkeeper named Bertha M. Sprinks. By 1900, Goudy took on a position as an instructor of lettering, beginning a lifetime of teaching that inspired such typesetting giants as William A. Dwiggins, Oswald Cooper, and R. Hunter Middleton. In 1903, he and Will H. Ransom founded the Village Press in Park Ridge, Illinois. ;;;;;;; Goudy's career as a printer and designer began to grow with the fortunes of the press. In 1908, he created his rst signicant typeface for the Lanston Monotype Machine Company: E-38, sometimes known as Goudy Light. However, in that same year theVillage Press burned to the ground, destroying all of his equip-ment and designs. In 1911, Goudy pro-duced his rst "hit," Kennerly Old Style, for an H.G. Wells anthology published by Mitchell Kennerly. His most widely used type, Goudy Oldstyle, was released by the American Type Founders Company in 1915, becoming an instant classic. Its graceful letterforms made it visually appealing,while its short-ened descenders allowed printers to squeeze more type on a page. ;;;In the early years of his career, Goudy designed mostly display faces for advertising. As he progressed as a de-signer, however, his interests moved more toward the perfecting of the traditional roman typeface. He drew his letters by hand, and objected to the mechanistic way that companies such as Monotype produced matrices for his typefaces. So in 1925 he set up a foundry in his home in Marlborough, New York, in order to produce type in a more creative way. By 1927, he was engraving the matrices himself. But in 1939 Goudy's work was again destroyed by re, which consumed his home, his foundry, and his quest to achieve the perfect roman. The rest of his life was chiey devoted to teaching and lecturing.As one of the creative greats he displayed his toungue-in-cheek humor by saying, "The old fellows stole all of our best ideas!" Goudy died in 1947. ;;;;;;

    FAsked how to say his name, he told The Literary Digest "When I was a boy my father spelled our name 'Gowdy' which didn't oer any particular reason for verbal gymnastics. Later, learning that the old Scots spelling was 'Goudy,' he changed to that form, while I, for some years, re-tained the old way. My brother, in Chicago, still spells with the w. However, I nd that occasionally a stranger pronounces the word with ou as long o in go, sometimes as ou in soup, or goo and less frequently with the ou as oo in good. I retain the original pronunciation with ou as in out." By the end of his life, Goudy had designed 122 typefaces and published 59 literary works. Goudy was the originator of the- statement,"Anyone who would letter-space blackletter would steal sheep."

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